ACC allows law firms access to controversial client reviews
Outside counsel can now see what their in-house clients think of their job performance, according to the Association of Corporate Counsel's (ACC's) new law firm rating system. The ACC launched its 'value index' in October as part of its Value Challenge, which aims to help in-house counsel better align the value and cost of legal services. Since then, in-house lawyers from more than 30 countries have submitted over 1,800 evaluations of more than 600 law firms.
Outside counsel can now see what their in-house clients think of their job performance, according to the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC’s) new law firm rating system.
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